Shuvagata Hom

Country: Bangladesh
Born: November 11, 1986, Mymensing
Batting Style: Right hand Bat
Bowling Style: Right arm Offbreak
Playing role: Batting Allrounder

Shuvagata Hom Bio

Shuvagata Hom Chowdhury, hailing from the town of Mymensingh in Bangladesh, is a prominent cricket player known for his formidable batting skills and offbreak bowling. With a right-hand batting style, Shuvagata has made a name for himself in the cricketing circles of Bangladesh.

Shuvagata’s cricketing journey began in the 2009-10 season when he started representing Dhaka in the country’s first-class competition. However, his love for the game and dedication to honing his skills started way before that. Spending time in the National Cricket Academy team, he developed a strong technique and an aggressive approach against fast bowlers.

In a country where many successful cricket players emerge from small towns, Shuvagata is no exception. Before making it to the big leagues, he played in the Mymensing and Kishoreganj leagues for several years. It was during this time that he caught the attention of a scout who brought him to Dhaka to play in the 2004-05 season. Representing Dhaka’s first-division side Cricket Coaching School (CCS), Shuvagata played as a No. 3 batsman and demonstrated his exceptional skills. Despite receiving bigger offers, he remained loyal to CCS, being instrumental in the team’s promotion to the Premier Cricket League in Dhaka.

Between 2009 and 2011, Shuvagata produced several remarkable innings that brought him closer to national recognition. One standout performance was his knock of 62 off 65 balls in the National Cricket League Twenty20 final against Khulna, which took place in front of a packed Shere Bangla Stadium. Another notable innings came in a tour match against England for Bangladesh A in March 2010. In this match, he scored a staggering 91 off just 30 balls, although the match ended in a draw as England’s bowlers were hoping for a declaration.

Shuvagata’s exceptional performances did not go unnoticed. He was included in the 30-man preliminary squad for the 2011 World Cup. Following Bangladesh’s early exit from the tournament, he made it to the national squad for their home one-day series against Australia in April 2011.

Throughout his career, Shuvagata has showcased his skills and ability to perform under pressure. He has determinedly carved a niche for himself in the cricketing world, and his contributions to Bangladesh’s cricketing success are recognized by fans and critics alike.

Shuvagata Hom Career Stats

Shuvagata Hom Batting Stats

Batting Matches Innings Nos Runs High Score Ave BF SR 100s 50s 4s 6s Ct St
Tests 8 15 4 244 50 22.18 437 55.83 0 1 29 0 8 0
T20Is 5 4 2 35 16* 17.5 35 100 0 0 3 1 1 0
ODIs 4 3 1 70 35* 35 86 81.39 0 0 9 0 0 0
FC 125 196 21 6585 166* 37.62 - - 17 35 - - 125 0
List A 128 113 9 2253 116 21.66 2446 92.1 1 12 208 57 51 0
T20s 132 107 21 1453 62 16.89 1087 133.67 0 7 115 68 57 0

Shuvagata Hom Bowling Stats

Bowling Matches Innings Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10w
Tests 8 11 846 506 8 2/66 3/94 63.25 3.58 105.7 0 0 0
T20Is 5 4 66 71 2 1/18 1/18 35.5 6.45 33 0 0 0
ODIs 4 1 12 9 0 - - - 4.5 - 0 0 0
FC 125 191 15851 8043 273 7/48 10/114 29.46 3.04 58 11 8 2
List A 128 101 3765 2943 101 5/25 5/25 29.13 4.69 37.2 1 2 0
T20s 132 86 1069 1365 51 3/8 3/8 26.76 7.66 20.9 0 0 0

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